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To ReRead or not to ReRead

That is the question! I always find myself torn on the topic of rereading. As the years go by, I challenge myself to read more and more books–and I personally do not count rereading towards those goals, as often a reread is a spontaneous decision. Since becoming a book blogger, I have occasionally included rereads […]

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Monday Schedules

Monday Schedule: 5/4 – 5/10

Monday: 5/4 Blogging: Today I’ve posted a review of A Captive of Wing and Feather as well as a fairy tale discussion post about Swan Lake Tuesday: 5/5 Blogging: I’ll be posting a review of The Ship Beyond Time by Heidi Heilig, a five star read I can’t wait to hype! Wednesday: 5/6 Reading: I’ll […]

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Discussion: Cliffhangers, love ’em or hate ’em?

I’m not going to lie to you book bees, I am an absolute hypocrite. As you may have noticed in my review of Clarissa’s Warning and A Prison in the Sun before that, I really don’t like when authors leave you on a ridiculous cliffhanger with no resolution. It’s part of the reason I’ve gotten […]

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Archive Reviews

Archive Review: Old Magic by Marianne Curley

Modern day witches aren’t common. But when Jarrod walks into Kate’s classroom and performs a feat of nearly impossible magic, she knows she can’t stay away from him. In trying to track down the root of his powers–which he seems blissfully unaware of–they discover an ancient curse on his family. With very little knowledge, and […]

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Discussion: Literary Fiction, a Genre?

Hello book bees and welcome to another discussion post! This time I will be discussing what is called literary fiction. This term gets bandied about in reading and writing circles alike as a sort of genre-less genre, and there’s a lot of strangeness about it. Since I’ve been reading some books that could be classified […]

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Monthly Wrap Up

March 2020 Wrap Up

What I read this month Sea Witch (Sea Witch #1) by Sarah Henning, 4 stars Piper Prince (Forbidden Forest #2) by Amber Argyle, 3 stars The Will and the Wilds by Charlie N. Holmberg, 4 stars Freddie Mercury: A Life, in His Own Words by Freddie Mercury, 3 stars American Witches: A Broomstick Tour Through […]

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Discussion: YA vs Adult Fantasy

Why hello book bees! I hope that you’re prepared to read a lot of rambling thoughts about fantasy books, because that’s what I’ve got in store for this post! Personally, I am always conflicted about this topic because I love fantasy, but I’m not a huge fan of YA protagonists and tropes. I appreciate a […]

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Saturday Wrap Ups

Saturday “Morning” Wrap Up: 2/29

Happy Saturday bookworms! It is admittedly no longer morning, but I ended up sleeping in this morning before work rather than getting up and working on these blog posts sooooo What am I reading? Sea Witch by Sarah Henning This book was recommended on Bookstagram by someone I follow, and I immediately downloaded it from […]

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The Fortune Teller Readathon Wrap Up

Check out the Bookstagram account for the Fortune Teller Readathon here! My Path For the Fortune Teller Readathon, readers selected a path from the three available. Each path featured five different prompts. I selected the second path available with the following prompts: The New Friend – A book you think will be a new favorite […]

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February Reading Plans

It’s pretty hard to believe it’s already almost February! 2020 better slow down or I’m going to lose track completely. January wasn’t a hugely successful reading month for me due to moving into a new apartment, starting a new full time job, and y’know getting married. But I’m not mad about it as my life […]